Guard shot by Red Army in AIA siege in 1975 KL recounts his nightmare

Sukdave was shot by the Japanese Red Army on Aug 4, 1975.

Today at the age of 69, Sukdave Singh is bitter that not enough was done to help him. “Nobody has ever come back again to see if I am alive or dead,” he complains.

Forty years ago, the security guard was shot when he went to investigate what turned out to be the start of the Japanese Red Army siege at the AIA building in Kuala Lumpur.

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